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  • adj. Not senior; lacking seniority
  • n. Someone who is not a senior


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non- +‎ senior


  • Hunter was the only nonsenior partner at Warfield & Stone who called Radcliff by his first name, and Hunter was the only person at the firm Radcliff called “son.”

    Hell’s Gate

  • The sacrifice of nonsenior creditors is key to the plan's simplicity.

    SIV's rescue may aid Goldman, but junior holders may get hurt

  • Abby Jackson, the lone nonsenior in the Skyhawks 'starting lineup, fouled out of the game with 47.4 seconds to play with one point.

  • Vogt said the redevelopment plan only allowed senior housing, as a conditional use, so nonsenior housing would not be in compliance with the borough's plan.

    East Brunswick Sentinel

  • First, by a proposed elimination of the property-tax deduction on state income taxes next year for everyone except senior citizens - effectively an income-tax hike on just about all nonsenior property owners.

    Press of Atlantic City: Editorials

  • One of those was a long touchdown to sophomore wideout Easton Garcia, who added another 19-yard reception and a 17-yard reverse in one of the few standout performances from a nonsenior.

  • Similar court-sharing will be considered for magistrate and bankruptcy judges, as well as nonsenior trial judges in larger courthouses.

    The Indiana Law Blog

  • "Although there is still ambiguity on the part of regulatory authority as it applies to how nonsenior creditors of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would be treated if the U.S.



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